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Dima Yaprincev
Dima Yaprincev
Dima is a Solution Architect at StarWind with 6+ years of IT experience. Specialized in storage virtualization. Developing High Available environments based on a Windows and Linux technologies.

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Posted by Dima Yaprincev on November 9, 2017
Microsoft SQL Server Failover Cluster Instance and Basic Availability Group features comparison

Microsoft SQL Server 2016 has a pretty decent feature set to achieve cost-effective high availability for your environment and build a reliable disaster recovery solution. Basic Availability Groups (BAGs) and Failover Cluster Instances (FCI) are included in SQL Server 2016 Standard Edition and serve to implement high redundancy level for business-critical databases. In this article, I would like to discuss some differences between these solutions and open the curtain on how it can be done with Software-Defined Storage like Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) and StarWind Virtual SAN (StarWind VSAN).

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